Series: Lingua Latina

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A Companion to Familia Romana: Based on Hans Ørberg's Latine Disco, with Vocabulary and Grammar (Lingua Latina) by Jeanne Neumann
A Companion to Roma Aeterna: Based on Hans Ørberg's Instructions, with Vocabulary and Grammar (Lingua Latina) by Jeanne Neumann
Fabulae Syrae by Luigi Miraglia
Lingua Latina: A College Companion based on Hans Orberg's Latine Disco, with Vocabulary and Grammar by Jeanne Marie Neumann

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  1. Lingua Latina per Se Illustrata: Colloquia Personarum by Hans Henning Ørberg (2000)
  2. Caesaris Commentarii de Bello Gallico (Lingua Latina) by Hans Henning Ørberg (2003)
  3. Wheelock's Latin by Frederic M. Wheelock (1992)
  4. Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency by John C. Traupman (1996)
  5. Epitome Historiae Sacrae: Brevi Christi Vitae Narratione Addita (Lingua Latina) by Caroli Francisci Lhomond (2008)
  6. Amphitryo: Plautus Amphitryo Comoedia by Hans Orberg (1993)
  7. English Grammar for Students of Latin by Norma Goldman (1983)
  8. Artes Latinae Level One Teacher's Manual by Waldo E. Sweet
  9. An Answer Key to a Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin: A Supplement to the Text by John R. Dunlap (2006)
  10. Learn to Read Latin by Andrew Keller (2003)
  11. Curso Básico Latim: Gradus Primus by Paulo Rónai (1980)
  12. College Latin by Norman Johnston De Witt (1954)
  13. A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language; with Perpetual Exercises in Speaking and Writing: For the Use of Schools, Colleges, and Private Learners by George J. Adler (1901)
  14. A Key to the Exercises Contained in Adler's Practical Grammar of the Latin Language by George J. Adler (2009)
  15. Lingua Latina: Sallustus & Cicero, Catilina(Latin Edition) by Hans H. Oerberg (2006)

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